Today's Ukrainska Pravda runs an article in both Ukrainian and Russian, which describes the uniquely close friendship and ties between Saakashvili and Yushchenko, and Saakashvili and Tymoshenko, and criticizes, [in my view quite correctly] these orange politicians for their feeble reaction to the recent events in Georgia.
"That which happened on 7th November in Tblisi sets very bad precedent. In next few years much can happen in Ukraine. And today's method of resolving the conflict in Georgia can become an example to be copied in the future, not necessarily for Yushchenko, but for another, less democratic, president than the current one.
And the absence of an adequate reaction from the oranges, which should have been made now, may stimulate someone to act in Kyiv in the same way as in Tbilisi."